Austrian Crystal

Austrian Crystal

At the turn of the century, one particularly inventive Jewish craftsman, Daniel Swarovski, wanted to use electricity to cut and polish crystal, so he moved to Austria, where they had rivers that could be used to create hydroelectricity. “Austrian Crystal” got its name from this method. Austrian Crystal was also named after Swarovski.




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